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The new yearbooks have arrived! As you may have heard, Horizons University turned everything upside down this year, including our yearbooks! That’s right, in order to enjoy this year’s yearbook, you have to flip it over and start from the end instead of the beginning! It’s kind of unconventional and a bit different, but then again, so is Horizons University.

Since this year marks Horizons University’s 15th anniversary, the yearbook features a short letter from our president, Roberta Grossi, expressing her thanks to the faculty and excitement for moving forward and creating new goals for Horizons University’s 20th anniversary in 2018.

The yearbook particularly highlights last year’s graduation ceremony, displaying some great pictures from the event. Allison Draper, who interned at Horizons University last summer, also shares her experience working at HU in an article featured in the yearbook. Faculty members and students share about their love of and interest in Paris in a short section of the yearbook entitled, “City of Lights, City of Love,” while the HU Roller Team is highlighted in the next section with an article about their 24 hour race in Le Mans. Lastly, the yearbook concludes with “The World Beat,” a collection of short articles written about various events that happened this past year around the globe. Some include, the Summer Olympics in London, Felix Baumgartner’s jump from space, and Obama’s Re-election.

All in all, the 2012-2013 yearbook is fantastic and definitely worth a look. Check out Horizons University’s latest and (arguably greatest) year through the articles, letters, and tons of great photos featured in our upside down yearbook! 


Comments on: "Horizon’s University Turns Everything Upside Down!" (4)

  1. […] but not least, a bit of psychology: wear your school colours and display that Yearbook of yours to feel like a part of the team! A Horizons University sweatshirt, t-shirt or ring tells […]

  2. Very good blog post. I absolutely love this website.
    Keep it up!

  3. […] every new eventful year at Horizons University a new Yearbook is published and the year 2015 is no […]

  4. […] Yearbook is a project we are fond of at Horizons University: it allows all contributors – students, […]

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